Sue Vogan

Reviewer Sue Vogan is a Writer & Author of NCO-No Compassion Observed. To read Sue's archived reviews posted on bookpleasures prior to Nov. 2008' CLICK HERE

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Authors: Abram Hoffer, M.D., Ph.D., Andrew Saul, Ph.D., Steve Hickey, Ph.D.

Publisher: Basic Health Publications, Inc.

ISBN: 978-1-59120-260-8



Author: Shaun Attwood

Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing

ISBN: 978-1-61608-269-7




Author: Rick Singer, Ph.D.

ISBN: 978 1 84694 524 3



Author: Lorna Byrne
ISBN: 978-0-385-52896-2

Angels in My Hair is the book that came along that would absolutely change my life. It’s a subtle, all or nothing book that allows us to believe; it’s a book of hope.  And in this life, one can only hope to find something to believe in.  After reading Angels in My Hair, I am now a firm believer in miracles





Author: Tom Lewis
ISBN: 9781607670360

Three story threads are artistically woven together to produce a rather surprise ending. And even if you have read a mystery or thousands before, chances are you will never see this coming.



Author: Julie Hall

ISBN: 978-0-7852-2825-7


The Boomer Burden covers most every situation with regards to dealing with your parents’ lifetime accumulation of stuff, and Hall provides valuable tips on handling most situations.



Author: Farhan Ansari

ISBN: 978-1-4196-7594-2

 

Ansari had my attention from the very first page. Knife on Skin at 7:30 is true accounting of the life as a surgeon -- with a taste of the afterlife thrown in. I found this author’s first novel extremely entertaining and educational.





Author: XY

Illustrated by David Shaw

ISBN: 978-0-9810037-3-3



From “Childbirth Classes – The Humiliation Continues” to “Junior’s First Birthday Party – “A Dysfunctional End To A Dysfunctional Year,” you will find crude humor and real insight to a man’s mind regarding family planning. 





Author: Dr. Julia A. Hallisy
ISBN: 978-0-6151-7791-5

The Empowered Patient, should be handed out at the reception desk at every hospital and clinic




Author: Walter M. Brasch

ISBN: 978-1-4196-6950-7

Gosh, when I received this book, I had a million other things I could be doing – anything rather than reading about a president who rewrote the constitution, lied to the people to get them to back a war, and approved torture for POWs. A president who changed cabinet members like people change underwear was not the thing that made a good day for me. However, I dug into Sinking of Ship of State and was thrilled! I could not put it down – it was the first piece of truth I had heard in years about George W. Bush.





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